My personal projects lay in exploring themes of motherhood, mother nature, identity, inclusivity and belonging, through the spoken and the written word. The voiced and the silent. The stories and projects I am drawn to arise out of an ongoing personal quest to make meaning of the world in which we live. Of which I live. To celebrate tiny revelations in shared experience. To find comfort and counsel in diversity. To embrace courage and acceptance in isolation.

At the moment I am nurturing the very early stages of a project I affectionately refer to as Mother Tongue, a collection of songs and stories from culturally diverse Australian mothers and women who parent outside the box.